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DEUTSCHE WELLE ZÍTRA
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A Film and Its Story – Fassbinder’s ‘The Marriage of Maria Braun’
DEUTSCHE WELLE STŘEDA 28.2.
05:00
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05:15
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The Climate Cover-Up - Big Oil’s Campaign of Deception
DEUTSCHE WELLE ČTVRTEK 1.3.
05:00
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05:15
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17,000 Kilometers through Canada – Fighting, Hunting, Survival
This two-part documentary takes us on a journey to the most remote locations and to the cultural centers of a country full of magical beauty and hope for a better life. And yet a lot of it is deceptive. Snapshots from a Canadian summer reveal how big and varied this country is. The first part of this two-part travel report takes us to Canada’s rugged north, where the people live in daily defiance of nature. On Fogo Island in the North Atlantic, our reporters meet fishermen of Irish and British extraction who are struggling to cling onto their traditional livelihoods. They’re proudly unwilling to give up their simple, tough lives or their identity. "There has always been a strong will to survive here, and it still exists today," says Phil Barnes from the Fogo Island Co-operative Society. An eight-hour flight to the north, in the Arctic ice, a region almost six times the size of Germany and home to just 30,000 people, it becomes clear to us that there’s no place on Earth that can isolate itself from the hubris of civilization anymore. Inuit hunters are on their way to one of the most inhospitable and yet most magical places on Earth. People at the northernmost end of the world have been coping with a merciless environment for 8,000 years. But today their lives are being shaken up by an alliance between the forces of Western progress - mining companies and Greenpeace. "You Europeans really believe all the nonsense you’re told," says Charlie Inuarak, the mayor of Pond Inlet on Baffin Island. "And then you issue bans and quotas that affect our lives and that’s wrong." It’s a criticism we hear voiced all over northern Canada, not least in Old Crow in Yukon, 160 kilometers north of the Arctic Circle
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DEUTSCHE WELLE DNES
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09:15
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New Job for Child Soldiers
10:00
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11:00
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11:30
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Black Skin – German Passport
DEUTSCHE WELLE ZÍTRA
09:00
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09:15
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Down with Hitler! - Women under National Socialism
10:00
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11:00
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DEUTSCHE WELLE ÚTERÝ 27.2.
09:00
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09:15
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Guatemala – Against Forgetting
10:00
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11:00
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DEUTSCHE WELLE ČTVRTEK 1.3.
09:00
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09:15
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Silk Road 2.0 – China’s Way to the Top
The New Silk Road is one of the most ambitious undertakings by far to be put forward by the Chinese president Xi Jinping. The goal of this gigantic project is the construction of a transport link between Asia and Europe: 10,000 kilometers of road, a railway freight line and a shipping route are to run from western China to Europe via Kazakhstan, the Urals and Moscow. Since the start of the 21st century China has become the most important export nation on the global stage. But in light of increasing tensions in the South China Sea and the threat from North Korea, it’s becoming more and more important for China to open up alternative trade routes. As a result the country has turned its gaze westward, to central Asia with its many resources and to Europe, which is still its most important trading partner. The New Silk Road is intended to connect China to Europe via Kazakhstan and Russia over a distance of 10,000 kilometers. The construction of the road with the parallel railway line has already begun in Chongqing, a megacity in the country’s interior that’s just one example of the economic boom of the past thirty years. The products made here will, it’s hoped, reach European customers effortlessly in a few years’ time. But it’s not just China’s exporters who hope to benefit from this infrastructure project. Rural regions in the west of the country should also see a boost. There’s the province of Xinjiang for example, which has seen little of the economic growth of recent years. But China’s ambitions go beyond its national borders. The planned New Silk Road runs past rich oil fields as it goes through Kazakhstan. The extraction of oil is to be ramped up, thereby securing China’s growing need for energy. By extending the route all the way to the edge of the Urals, Beijing can get all the way to Russia. But it’s not certain whether the former big brother will welcome the expansion of China’s sphere of influence all the way to central Asia and Europe. In the form of a geopolitical road movie, this documentary looks at the far-reaching shifts in the Eurasian power balance. Sooner or later the Europeans will have to take a stance on China’s new ‘soft imperialism’.
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11:00
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DEUTSCHE WELLE DNES
12:00
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13:00
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14:00
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Silk Road 2.0 - China’s Way to the Top
15:00
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15:15
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A Film and Its Story – Fassbinder’s ‘The Marriage of Maria Braun’
DEUTSCHE WELLE ZÍTRA
12:00
ZPR
13:00
ZPR
14:00
ZPR
15:00
ZPR
15:15
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The Climate Cover-Up - Big Oil’s Campaign of Deception
DEUTSCHE WELLE STŘEDA 28.2.
12:00
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13:00
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14:00
ZPR
15:00
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15:15
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17,000 Kilometers through Canada – Fighting, Hunting, Survival
DEUTSCHE WELLE ČTVRTEK 1.3.
12:00
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13:00
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14:00
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15:00
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15:15
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Brazil – The Paralyzed Republic
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DEUTSCHE WELLE DNES
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Black Skin – German Passport
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19:15
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The Climate Cover-Up - Big Oil’s Campaign of Deception
Donald Trump has a different view on climate change to his predecessors in the White House. It’s good news for oil majors such as Exxon and Shell, which for the last 60 years have been funding studies and campaigns to dismiss the threat to the environment. New documents confirm that these companies have known since 1957 that burning fossil fuels impacts on the climate. Big oil has been deceiving the public for the past 60 years. Confidential research conducted decades ago by the oil majors shows that global climate change caused by human behavior is reality. In addition, engineers working for Exxon and Shell have been using that knowledge for future planning. Rising sea levels and the increasing frequency and severity of storms prompted the firms to make their oil rigs taller and more stable. At the same time, pipelines in the Arctic have been given reinforced foundations due to permafrost thaw. Geophysician Edward Garvey worked for Exxon between 1978 and 1983. He regrets that action wasn’t taken 30 years ago to combat climate change. Instead the oil companies commissioned counter-studies to be used by lobby groups. According to Carroll Muffett from the Center for International Environmental Law in Washington, they consciously funded surveys with the aim of discrediting the results. He calls it "the greatest scandal in human history.” Two district attorneys and a range of county authorities in the US have now launched proceedings against Exxon and other oil companies - accused of misleading the public on the issue of climate change. This documentary examines the campaign of deception, and follows up on evidence of similarly dubious studies being published in Germany too.
DEUTSCHE WELLE ÚTERÝ 27.2.
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17:00
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19:00
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19:15
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17,000 Kilometers through Canada – Fighting, Hunting, Survival
This two-part documentary takes us on a journey to the most remote locations and to the cultural centers of a country full of magical beauty and hope for a better life. And yet a lot of it is deceptive. Snapshots from a Canadian summer reveal how big and varied this country is. The first part of this two-part travel report takes us to Canada’s rugged north, where the people live in daily defiance of nature. On Fogo Island in the North Atlantic, our reporters meet fishermen of Irish and British extraction who are struggling to cling onto their traditional livelihoods. They’re proudly unwilling to give up their simple, tough lives or their identity. "There has always been a strong will to survive here, and it still exists today," says Phil Barnes from the Fogo Island Co-operative Society. An eight-hour flight to the north, in the Arctic ice, a region almost six times the size of Germany and home to just 30,000 people, it becomes clear to us that there’s no place on Earth that can isolate itself from the hubris of civilization anymore. Inuit hunters are on their way to one of the most inhospitable and yet most magical places on Earth. People at the northernmost end of the world have been coping with a merciless environment for 8,000 years. But today their lives are being shaken up by an alliance between the forces of Western progress - mining companies and Greenpeace. "You Europeans really believe all the nonsense you’re told," says Charlie Inuarak, the mayor of Pond Inlet on Baffin Island. "And then you issue bans and quotas that affect our lives and that’s wrong." It’s a criticism we hear voiced all over northern Canada, not least in Old Crow in Yukon, 160 kilometers north of the Arctic Circle.
DEUTSCHE WELLE STŘEDA 28.2.
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19:15
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Brazil – The Paralyzed Republic
"Lava Jato” ("Car Wash”) is the name of a Federal police operation to combat the corruption that has become endemic in Brazil. The president is under investigation along with government ministers and hundreds of politicians and company managers. Many are already in custody, and nearly every day sees new arrests, new confessions, and new details which reveal the full extent of an unprecedented corruption scandal. Brazil is in the grip of a bitter power struggle between public prosecutors and corrupt politicians. The Brazilian people hardly recognize their country: 94 per cent of the population have lost confidence in the state and its representatives. The starting point for this documentary is a filling station in the capital, Brasilia, which was turned into a money laundering facility. Its owners report on how it was here that the "Lava Jato” ("Car Wash”) commission began its breath-taking investigations. The film team visits the brave public prosecutors who are laying bare a culture of systematic bribery in Brazil’s political and economic life. Even they are repeatedly stunned at the extent of the bribery scandal. Incorruptible judges are passing heavy sentences - even on the rich and powerful, something that used to be unthinkable in Brazil and has made the judges heroes. The film takes the pulse of a torn people that is fascinated by the fearlessness of the investigators and thoroughly appalled at the behaviour of its political representatives. The film team also visits Brasilia, the centre of power where a handful of delegates are conducting their lonely fight against corruption. Will "Lava Jato” finally lead to a cleaned-up Brazil? That is by no means certain, because most politicians in Brasilia are struggling for personal survival and using all the means at their disposal to halt the investigations. Democracy’s reputation is tarnished. This documentary shows that the populists of all people could ultimately benefit most, with evangelists and right-wing nationalists successfully presenting themselves as alternatives.
DEUTSCHE WELLE ČTVRTEK 1.3.
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17:00
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18:00
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19:00
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The Russian Opposition
On 18 March 2018 Russians go to the polls to elect a president. Incumbent Vladimir Putin is a candidate - and few doubt that he will win. But he has opponents, like Alexei Navalny who has been officially barred from running. A camera team followed Navalny and other Russian opposition figures during the run-up to the election. An exclusive look behind the scenes of contemporary Russian politics. Who is the charismatic man who wanted to challenge Russia’s incumbent and presumptive new president Vladimir Putin only to be barred at the last minute? Alexei Navalny is one of the most controversial figures within the Russian opposition. He became known in Russia a decade ago when he initiated an anti-corruption campaign. He was a central figure in mass anti-government protests in Moscow in 2011 and 2012. With his team, the blogger and activist launched his national campaign in 2016, hoping to take on Putin in the March 2018 presidential election. A film team accompanied Navalny and his colleagues during the course of a year. The film shows how politics work in Russia today. Navalny had no media power behind him. His supporters are almost exclusively Muscovites, and he is virtually unknown in the more remote parts of the country. Could an outsider succeed in inspiring new followers within a year? Interview partners include Mikhail Khodorkovsky, the exiled former oligarch, chess champion Garry Kasparov and of course Alexei Navalny, his team and other figures in the Russian opposition.
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DEUTSCHE WELLE ÚTERÝ 27.2.
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Oaxaca and Monte Albán – Pre-Columbian Archaeological Site, Mexico
For millennia, people plied the trade routes of Mesoamerica, a region in what is now Mexico and Central America. The Valley of Oaxaca was a hub on these routes. A dense network of trade relationships arose, which was subject to the spheres of influence of the deities of the various pre-Columbian societies. The rulers used the natural plateau on Monte Albán, the "white mountain," as a cult site to placate the gods. A ceremonial center was built there in around 500 BC, which in the course of time grew into one of the largest trading hubs of Central America. The Zapotecs and later the Mixtecs used it for important religious rites and it reached its highpoint between 300 and 900 AD. When Spain subjugated the indigenous peoples of the Oaxaca Valley in the first half of the 16th Century, Monte Albán was only being used as a burial site. Its heyday was long over. But the extensive remains of residential and cult buildings, an observatory and burial chambers with sculptures and murals have been preserved. At the foot of Monte Albán, the Spanish built the city of Oaxaca, which is known, among other things, for the magnificent church and former monastery of Santo Domingo de Guzmán.
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23:00
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DEUTSCHE WELLE STŘEDA 28.2.
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Flemish Béguinages – Of Prayer, Life and Work, Belgium
In the 13th Century, a movement that had mainly begun amongst women spread throughout Europe. It held that values such as modesty, solidarity and religious sincerity should determine women’s lives. Thus the Beguine movement was born. The Beguines were a lay religious organization. Each Beguine chapter was autonomous and could elect its own superior: the "Grande Dame". Unlike nuns, they took no vows in perpetuity and could leave at any time. Of course, their independence went too far for the church and at times the movement was accused of heresy or even banned. The film takes three Beguinages in Flanders to show how they lived and worked as self-styled "Housekeepers of God." They earned their living by washing and bleaching, making wool tapestries and lace. They devoted themselves to caring for the poor and took care of orphans. The Beguine chapter in Lier, one of the most beautiful in Flanders, is now a big tourist attraction. The most famous, "Ten Wijngarde" in the old Hanseatic city of Bruges, is today a Benedictine monastery. The most recent, "St. Amantsberg" in Ghent, dates from the end of the last century - a sign of how long the Beguine movement has survived in Flanders
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DEUTSCHE WELLE ČTVRTEK 1.3.
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23:15
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Oaxaca and Monte Albán – Pre-Columbian Archaeological Site, Mexico
For millennia, people plied the trade routes of Mesoamerica, a region in what is now Mexico and Central America. The Valley of Oaxaca was a hub on these routes. A dense network of trade relationships arose, which was subject to the spheres of influence of the deities of the various pre-Columbian societies. The rulers used the natural plateau on Monte Albán, the "white mountain," as a cult site to placate the gods. A ceremonial center was built there in around 500 BC, which in the course of time grew into one of the largest trading hubs of Central America. The Zapotecs and later the Mixtecs used it for important religious rites and it reached its highpoint between 300 and 900 AD. When Spain subjugated the indigenous peoples of the Oaxaca Valley in the first half of the 16th Century, Monte Albán was only being used as a burial site. Its heyday was long over. But the extensive remains of residential and cult buildings, an observatory and burial chambers with sculptures and murals have been preserved. At the foot of Monte Albán, the Spanish built the city of Oaxaca, which is known, among other things, for the magnificent church and former monastery of Santo Domingo de Guzmán.
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DEUTSCHE WELLE ČTVRTEK 1.3.
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Brazil – The Paralyzed Republic
"Lava Jato" ("Car Wash") is the name of a Federal police operation to combat the corruption that has become endemic in Brazil. The president is under investigation along with government ministers and hundreds of politicians and company managers. Many are already in custody, and nearly every day sees new arrests, new confessions, and new details which reveal the full extent of an unprecedented corruption scandal. Brazil is in the grip of a bitter power struggle between public prosecutors and corrupt politicians. The Brazilian people hardly recognize their country: 94 per cent of the population have lost confidence in the state and its representatives. The starting point for this documentary is a filling station in the capital, Brasilia, which was turned into a money laundering facility. Its owners report on how it was here that the "Lava Jato" ("Car Wash") commission began its breath-taking investigations. The film team visits the brave public prosecutors who are laying bare a culture of systematic bribery in Brazil’s political and economic life. Even they are repeatedly stunned at the extent of the bribery scandal. Incorruptible judges are passing heavy sentences - even on the rich and powerful, something that used to be unthinkable in Brazil and has made the judges heroes. The film takes the pulse of a torn people that is fascinated by the fearlessness of the investigators and thoroughly appalled at the behaviour of its political representatives. The film team also visits Brasilia, the centre of power where a handful of delegates are conducting their lonely fight against corruption. Will "Lava Jato" finally lead to a cleaned-up Brazil? That is by no means certain, because most politicians in Brasilia are struggling for personal survival and using all the means at their disposal to halt the investigations. Democracy’s reputation is tarnished. This documentary shows that the populists of all people could ultimately benefit most, with evangelists and right-wing nationalists successfully presenting themselves as alternatives.
02:00
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03:15
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100 Years of UFA – Behind the Scenes of a German Film Company
UFA is Germany’s dream factory and it made movie history. Having started 100 years ago, this film company, which is based in Babelsberg near Berlin, is one of the oldest in the country. Classics such as Fritz Lang’s Metropolis were made here and big Hollywood names such as Alfred Hitchcock, Billy Wilder and Quentin Tarantino also used UFA’s studios. UFA - ‘un film allemand’ as the French say - is a German company that has made cinematic history. What defines UFA, this huge operation that has experienced so many ups and downs over its hundred-year history? From the German Empire of to the Weimar Republic, the Nazi period and the Adenauer era all the way to becoming a modern media company as part of the Bertelsmann consortium. In the early days, General Ludendorff used the UFA and the new medium of film as a propaganda weapon for the German Kaiser. During the Weimar Republic, UFA produced works such as "Dr. Mabuse," "Metropolis" and "The Blue Angel." It became particularly big when talkies came along, before Nazi propaganda minister Goebbels called for total submission. These days, however, UFA is making a name for itself with its polished historical miniseries. The company has also regularly overextended itself financially and has been bailed out by the German state several times. This documentary takes a look at a century of German film history with excerpts from famous films such as Metropolis by Fritz Lang and The Blue Angel, which gave Marlene Dietrich her breakthrough. And it also digs up some forgotten treasures.
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